Done with Slavery by Frank Mackey
Finalist for The Mavis Gallant Prize for Non-Fiction in 2010
Done with Slavery is a study of black Montrealers in the eighty years between the British Conquest and the union of Lower and Upper Canada. The book casts the categories of blackness and slavery in a new light, showing that broad histories of the phenomenon must begin to take into account the specifics of the lives of “marginal” black populations.
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